East Bay News
San Pablo to draft emergency plan for landslide
HERCULES, Calif. (KGO) -- The city of San Pablo will meet with frustrated homeowners on Tuesday night affected by a landslide. The city will also draft an emergency declaration to send to the state in hopes of freeing up funds to help cover the damage.
The ground started giving way last Thursday and damaged six homes on Wyman Street and Hillcrest Road. Three of the homes are yellow tagged -- meaning residents can retrieve belongings but cannot live in them.
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